The Samsung Galaxy S5 continues to be one of the most if no the most talked about topic nowadays when it comes to mobile phones. Samsung's next flagship phone is on the lips of every person who is interested in this whole business and expectations from the Korean giant are extremely high, especially after the Samsung Galaxy S4 did not fair so well in sales. If anything were to go wrong here this would be kind of a strike two for the guys at Samsung and a company as big as Samsung cannot afford to miss two in a row. That is why they are apparently taking their time with the Samsung Galaxy S5 while at the same time keeping everybody interested through the launching of various rumors and unofficial specs. Why do we say they are apparently taking their time? Because many rumors stated that the Samsung Galaxy S5 would be launched at the Mobile World Congress this year but another rumor now comes and more or less shatters them by stating that Samsung will not launch the S5 at the MWC but instead will host its own event in London. The rumor was started by an Italian journalist named Fabio who said a reliable source confirmed this to him. But, then again, if you think about it, it would not make any sense for Samsung to launch the Samsung Galaxy S5 at the Mobile World Congress this year. Why would it not make any sense? Simply because the MWC is too small for a phone as big as the Galaxy S5 and they would not want to share the area with other phone producers and other phone models. And why would they want to do that when they have enough money to buy their own personal launch where their phone model is the start? We will see, however, what they will do with the Samsung Galaxy S5 and when the next flagship phone from Samsung will be launched and where. What do you think about this latest rumor about the S5? Tell us by leaving a comment below.
What's my model number?
There are several ways to locate your model number:
- Option 1
- On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
- Option 2
- Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
- Option 3
- Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool